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Romanticism and Modern Fiction

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07/30/2014Murray N. Rothbard

Belying their seemingly chaotic diversity, all of modern fiction and modern criticism unite on at least one point: rejection of romanticism. The characteristic literature—and, indeed, art in general—of the twentieth century has been, broadly, either naturalist or nonobjective.

Volume 21, Number 4 (2007)


Murray N. Rothbard

Murray N. Rothbard made major contributions to economics, history, political philosophy, and legal theory. He combined Austrian economics with a fervent commitment to individual liberty.

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Rothbard, Murray N. "Romanticism and Modern Fiction." Journal of Libertarian Studies 21, No. 4 (2007): 17–24.